January 16, 2019 Subject:
Posting this here, as hopefully someone who can fix it will see it eventually. I've tried to get in touch with John Stoll with no success.
Whilst the Apollo 11 MOCR ACR collection is a great resource, one of the tapes didn't upload correctly.
This is A11_T877_HR2L_CH25_09-17-32_16-03-01-2015-09-08Recording.wav
This is all channels, they appear to contain the audio from tape A11_T876_HR1L_CH25_17-03-07_01-42-14-2015-09-08Recording.wav
Is there any chance this can be fixed, or someone who's able to get in touch with John could let him know?
Many thanks for your work.
October 31, 2018 Subject:
That's one small step for man
file 938-AAG at 00:11:14
August 29, 2018 Subject:
What a Great Find! Apollo Eleven Lives On!
Thanks for posting and preserving this precious moment in history. And, the most amazing accomplishment of humankind considering in 1969 computers were so limited. in 1968, I was lucky enough to work at ABC Television Network Special Events Unit; part of the News Department. This is the same department that produced the feed from NASA to all the other networks. I had moved on to be a recording engineer in a small 3 track studio, but went up to ABC to share the experience of Man's first walk on the Moon with my past cohorts. Wow! The first to see not only what was going on for the Moon Crew, but all the other feeds on some 50 small, monitors in the master control room where I was, impressed the heck out of me.... and I was used to doing remotes and the like. It was a powerful moment for a 22 year old kid! Thanks for keeping the result of the dream, alive!
When I found these recordings on a different site (it no longer exists) I felt like a kid at Christmas morning with a pile of gifts just for me! When that site shut down I was lucky enough to find this collection. This seems to be the complete existing collection. I have listened to all of the recordings over and over. They have helped with my insomnia episodes as well as helping me get my mind off of the constant chronic pain I have. They are just so amazing to listen while trying to imagine them in the capsule, the LM and the lunar surface EVA. Even the return trip right up to the capsule being strapped to a helo. What an amazing documentation of history being made. I had no idea that they existed 10 years ago when I found them. I was just getting into researching the program from Mercury all the way up to and past Apollo. I can't believe how wrong my recollection was from grade school and Jr high lessons. I was born in 1970 so I have absolutely no recollection of anything before Sky Lab and my generation was really that of the Shuttle. I completely dove right into anything I could find out about the program over the last 10 years and this is the source I keep coming back to. Thank you to everyone who was part of making this available to the public. I was devastated when the previous website folded and the rediscovery a few years back. of this collection was just like the first time I found it....like a kid at Christmas in the morning only then I knew the value of what I was getting and have such gratitude for its return to the public for any who want to experience it.
May 1, 2011 Subject:
So, in the absence of any official descriptions, this is what I've deduced:
111-03*: Command Module tapes
155-AAA to 188-AAA: ATG tapes
3142: Press Conference
3172: Compilation of Go/No Go polls?
550-AAG: PDI through landing (Stereo - L chan ATG, R chan Flight loop) (excellent)
938-AAG: EVA (ATG)
939-AAG: Unknown (No MP3)
963-AAE: PDI through landing (Flight loop).
964-AAE: Launch (Flight loop)